Fifth monkeypox case confirmed in NZ, fuel leak ruins NASA's 2nd attempt at launching moon rocket

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There have been five confirmed cases of monkeypox in New Zealand, the latest in a string of cases that have been linked to acute heart problems. In the first case study of its kind, researchers have found that monkeypox can lead to serious heart problems in some patients. Meanwhile, in the US, NASA has had to scrub its second attempt at launching a moon rocket due to a fuel leak. And in the UK, Aston Villa's Leon Bailey earned his team a huge point against Manchester City after Erling Haaland broke the deadlock.


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